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Construction as a Curriculum Organizer for Technology Education
(Virginia Tech, 1997-07-29)
This dissertation was the result of an investigation into the relative importance of construction as a curriculum organizer for the field of technology education. In particular, it concentrated on the relationship between ...
Program For Afloat College Education In The Navy: Measuring Instructional Effectiveness In An Era Of Declining Resources
(Virginia Tech, 1998-01-29)
Under the Program For Afloat College Education (PACE), Sailors are able to take undergraduate and pre-college level courses aboard US Navy ships through computer-based instruction or under the instruction of a college ...
The Effects of Three methods of Computer-Based Instruction (CBI) On Psychomotor Performance of College Students
(Virginia Tech, 1997-04-10)
The availability of computer systems has resulted in an increased use of computers for teaching and learning in education. Computers and peripheral hardware enable ...
William H. Sheldon and the culture of the somatotype
(Virginia Tech, 1997-03-01)
The burden of this dissertation is to show that William Sheldon's somatotype project should be seen as an integral aspect of modernist culture. Sheldon engaged the same problems with modernity and the "Second Industrial ...
An Assessment of the Status of the Diffusion and Adoption of Computer-Based Technology in Appalachian College Association Colleges and Universities
(Virginia Tech, 1998-08-05)
This descriptive study examines the status of the diffusion and adoption of computer-based technology in the 33 Appalachian College Association schools and universities. The study was conducted in two phases. In Phase I ...
Computer-related technology use in the high school physics classroom: a case study
(Virginia Tech, 1996)
A Meta-Evaluation of Taiwan Ministry of Education's National Technology Institutes Evaluation: A Study of Evaluation Team's and Stakeholders' Judgements on the Evaluation Practice
(Virginia Tech, 1995-05-05)
A meta-evaluation of the Taiwan Ministry of Education's 1990 National Technology Institutes Evaluation practices was conducted. The major focus of the meta-evaluation was to compile pertinent information and to make ...
Corporate ethnographpy [i.e. ethnography]: an analysis of organizational and technological innovation
(Virginia Tech, 1993)
Organizations are seeking ways to become more innovative to renew their business and ward off foreign competition. The perceived weakening of this process in U.S. firms is viewed as a contributing factor in the steady ...
Implementation of a national information infrastructure: science and the building of society
(Virginia Tech, 1996-05-01)
The world of scientific research played a crucial role in shaping the national computer networks and the way they spread to other sectors of society, creating the conditions for today's activity toward the construction of ...
A Survey of Factors Which Influence Teachers' Use of Computer-based Technology
(Virginia Tech, 1997-07-22)
Current literature is plentiful on computer-based technology's influence on students. There are only a few studies which have looked at the influence that computer-based technology has on teachers. This is a study of ...